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Molecular engineering of ultrathin polymeric films

Workshop on the Molecular Engineering of Ultrathin Polymeric Films (1987 Davis, Calif.)

Molecular engineering of ultrathin polymeric films

proceedings of a Workshop on the Molecular Engineering of Ultrathin Polymeric Films, Davis, California, USA, February 18-20, 1987

by Workshop on the Molecular Engineering of Ultrathin Polymeric Films (1987 Davis, Calif.)

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Published by Elsevier Applied Science in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Polymers and polymerization.,
  • Thin films.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThin solid films.
    Statementeditors, P. Stroeve and E. Franses.
    ContributionsStroeve, P., Franses, E
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP156.P6
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi,413p. :
    Number of Pages413
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21941647M
    ISBN 10185166159X

    The main topics consisted of SPM imaging of polymer morphology and microstructure, microtribological properties of polymers, micromechanical probing of polymers, microthermal imaging, studies of ultrathin and molecular organic and polymeric films, modeling of tip-surface interactions, chemical compositional analysis of heterogeneous materials. Satyanarayana, N., and Sinha, S. K. "Tribology of Ultra-Thin Polymer Films Covalently Bonded to Silicon Surface: Effect of Molecular Structure." Proceedings of the ASME/STLE International Joint Tribology Conference. ASME/STLE International Joint Tribology Conference, Parts A and B. San Diego, California, : N. Satyanarayana, S. K. Sinha.

    The spin coating of thin (> nm thick) and ultrathin (Cited by: Structure and Molecular Dynamics of Thin Films of Homopolymers and Miscible Polymer Blends Vorgelegt von Sherif A. Madkour geb. in Kairo, Ägypten CHAPTER 7 - Calorimetric Evidence for a Mobile Surface Layer in Ultrathin Polymeric Films:Author: Sherif A. Madkour.

      Abstract This paper presents a bilayer model to account for surface effects on the wrinkling of ultrathin polymer films. Assuming a surface layer of finite thickness, effects of surface properties on the critical strain, the equilibrium wavelength, and the wrinkle amplitude are discussed in comparison with conventional : Rui Huang, Christopher M. Stafford, B D. Vogt. Layer‐by‐layer (LbL) assembly of polymers allows for coating various surfaces including planar and/or particulate substrates with functional polymeric ultrathin films. In this method, polymeric species are adsorbed onto surfaces in an alternating manner from polymer solutions via ionic pairing, hydrogen bonding, hydrophobic, or covalent Cited by: 1.


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The Proceedings of the National Science Foundation Workshop on the Molecular Engineering of Ultrathin Polymeric Films, published in this issue of Thin Solid Films, are reviewed to assess the current state of Molecular engineering of ultrathin polymeric films book art and future research on the discussions at the workshop, a list of research needs in the molecular engineering of ultrathin organic and polymeric films is by: 7.

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Molecular engineering of ultrathin polymeric films: proceedings of the Workshop on the Molecular Engineering of Ultrathin Polymeric Films, Davis, California, USA, February[Pieter Stroeve; Elias I Franses; National Science Foundation (U.S.);]. Preparation of Polymeric Ultrathin Films.

The thickness of organic ultrathin films which have sufficient mechanical strength (free standing) and have different functions from the bulk polymer ranges in general from 1 nm (monolayer) to several hundreds of nanometers.

Therefore the physical and chemical properties of the surface (or interface. PDF | This review is a presentation of the state of the art and research needs required for the study of the physical properties of ordered ultrathin | Find, read and cite all the research you Author: Terence Barrett.

Molecular Simulation of Ultrathin Polymeric Films Near the Glass Transition Article in Physical Review Letters 85(15) November with 35 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Thin polymer films have numerous technological applications in various industrial and biomedical sectors related to protective and functional coatings, non-fouling biosurfaces, biocompatibility of medical implants, separations, advanced membranes, microfluidics, sensors. Resistive Switching of Tetraaniline Films: From Ultrathin Monolayers to Robust Polymeric Blends William E.

Ford *, Deqing Gao, Frank Scholz, Gabriele Nelles, and Florian von Wrochem * Materials Science Laboratory, Sony Deutschland GmbH, Hedelfinger Str. 61, Stuttgart, Germany. Stroeve P, Franses E (eds) () Molecular engineering of ultrathin polymeric er Applied Science, London Google Scholar Roberts G (ed) () Langmuir-Blodgett by: 1.

The molecular organization in ultrathin polymer films (thicknesses less than angstroms) and thin polymer films (thicknesses between angstroms) may differ substantially from that of bulk polymers, which can lead to important differences in resulting thermophysical properties.

Such constrained geometry films have been fabricated from amorphous. This Special Issue, “Polymeric Thin Films and Membranes”, aims to be a collection of high-calibre original/review papers focusing on recent progress on polymeric thin film-based materials. These thin polymer films have numerous technological applications in various industrial and biomedical sectors.

And the polymers, when confined to thin films, can imprint molecular properties on the film dynamics. The material in the book is arranged in two Parts.

Part I covers the basics of wetting and dewetting phenomena, and is of interest to researchers working in the field also outside of polymeric by: Modern developments in technologies of micro- and nanoelectromechanical systems (MEMS and NEMS), such as microsensors, microgears, microengines, membranes, and actuators, usually rely on the use of ultrathin polymeric layers as protective and lubrication molecular coatings.

Ultrathin polymer films, monolayers and multilayers, and nanocomposite. Structure of ultrathin polyethylene layers in multilayer films. Viscoelastic response of multilayer polymeric films of linear low‐density polyethylene and ethylene vinyl alcohol copolymer, Polymer Engineering & Science, 55, 9, (), ().

Wiley Online Library. ty H 2, because parts-per-million levels of carbon monoxide (CO) and sulfur poison the precious metal catalysts in the anode.

The species transported through the electrolyte in SOFCs are O 2-ions. This makes SOFCs more fuel flexible, and, in theory, any combustible gas could be used as the fuel. the polymer films whereas the swelling starting simul-taneously with the mass uptake demonstrates a slower dynamical behavior.

Experimental Section Sample Preparation. High molecular weight (>5 ) polyacrylamide (supplied by BDH Chemicals, UK) has been used to prepare the thin films on silicon substrate by spin-coating.

Structural relaxation and physical aging in glassy polymer films have attracted much attention in the past two decades due to their strong correlation with the lifetime of polymer-based nano-devices. Currently, the observed physical aging in polymer films was explained on the basis of a free volume diffusionCited by:   Characterization of Thin and Ultrathin Polymer and Resist Films.

Published. August 1, Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering. Pub Type. chemically amplified resists, density, moisture absorption, neutron reflectivity, polyhydroxystyrene, roughness, ultrathin films, x-ray reflectivity.

Created Author: D L. Goldfarb, Q Lin, M Angelopoulos, Christopher L. Soles, Eric K. Lin, Wen-Li Wu. 18 RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS MACROMOLECULAR CONFORMATION IN ULTRATHIN POLYMER FILMS Since thin polymeric films are ubiquitous in technological appli- cations such as paints, lubricants, and adhesives, a critical characterization of their thermophysical properties is essential.

Responsive polymer-based sensors have attracted considerable attention due to their ability to detect the presence of analytes and convert the detected signal into a physical and/or chemical change.

High responsiveness, fast response speed, good linearity, strong stability, and small hysteresis are ideal, but to gain these properties at the same time remains by: 1.

the mechanical properties and response of polymeric materials, it is critical that a range of experimental and theoretical methods for measuring the mechanical properties of ultrathin films as a function of film thickness be made available.

Recent molecular dynamics simulations of deformation in.Polymer Films continuous layers of polymers up to – mm thick. Thicker layers of polymeric materials are called sheets.

Polymer films are made from natural, artificial, and synthetic polymers. The first group includes films made from proteins, natural rubber, and cellulose. The most common film in this group is cellophane.

A second, larger group. Recently, there has been growing interest in ultrathin polymer films (1), i.e., films with thicknesses less than nm. The spin coating of these ultrathin films still remains largely unexplored.

This study experimentally examines the spin coating of polymer films under a wide range of process conditions in which both thin and ultrathin films.